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Theme: Hidden Heroes

This event occurred on
March 24, 2024
12:00pm - 3:00pm GMT
(UTC +0hrs)
London, London, City of
United Kingdom

In a world often dominated by grand narratives and high-profile figures, it's easy to overlook the silent champions who quietly shape the fabric of our communities. "Hidden Heroes" is not just a theme; it's a celebration of the unsung individuals whose acts of kindness, resilience, and innovation make a profound impact on the world around them.

Through this theme, TEDxHult London invites you to explore the stories of those who operate behind the scenes, yet whose contributions are nothing short of extraordinary. From local activists and innovative entrepreneurs to everyday citizens making a difference, "Hidden Heroes" shines a spotlight on the remarkable individuals who embody the spirit of community, compassion, and positive change. #TEDxHultLondon #Hidden Heroes

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18 Leake St, London
London, London, City of, SE1 7NN
United Kingdom
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Claudia Lopez

English as An Additional Language Teacher
With 15 years in education, specialising in teaching English as an Additional Language, she is a dedicated Colombian EAL teacher committed to guiding migrant students and families through the UK education system and supporting them every step of the way. Rooted in pride for her heritage, she channels that passion into community support, ensuring her roots remain a source of strength in making a positive impact.

Darren Douglas

Higher Education Manager
Darren is an experienced Higher Education Manager, Keynote Speaker, and Workshop Facilitator who shares his knowledge and expertise in advocacy, casework management, student engagement, well-being, and pastoral support. He is the author of the book ‘Power of 21 Pathways Towards a Brigher Future’ and trustee board member for Centrepoint.

Safia Jama

Safia is passionate about communities - building them, cultivating them and safeguarding them – and received the prestigious MBE award at Windsor Castle earlier this year for her contributions. One of many awards she has received for her ongoing role in charity and welfare work. For nearly 20 years, Safia has nurtured a network and community as CEO of Women's Inclusive Team (WIT), which works to ensure that women from ethnic minorities in London live fulfilled, safe and happy lives. This includes skills training, career advice, mental health support and English language tuition. It also means providing their young people with academic support within safe and culturally appropriate youth programmes, and offering free childcare spaces. Safia has extensive experience working with a range of stakeholders including national and local investors, the local council, local police and other charities to build communities where Black and ethnic minority women can thrive. Through cultivated experience and networking Safia contributes as an advisor, trustee and Board Director to multiple organisations in London including Tower Hamlet Homes, Metropolitan Police and recently joined Scotland Yard.

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London, United Kingdom


London, United Kingdom